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Stirrups Put to the Test

1. American Equus Hunter EQ “FILLIS” Ultra-Light Stirrups Insanely grippy—as in, our tester’s horse spooked a few times and her feet didn't budge an inch—these stirrup irons have “traction pins” in the pad that are interchangeable, so you can customize…

Trot Along, Tots

Whether you're decorating a nursery or playing with your toddler, inspire the next generation of equestrians with these fun, horse-themed items. [1] Snurk Equestrian Duvet Cover Set ($119) Dream the sweetest, pony-filled dreams with this adorable bedding. cuckooland.com [2] Rachel…

Collecting Thoughts with Daisy Farish

Blazing the way through her last year as a junior was Daisy Farish, most recently recognized as the recipient of the 2018 Maxine Beard Show Jumping Developing Rider Award from the United States Equestrian Team Foundation. Her other accolades for…

Youth and Pony Products Put to the Test

1. SmartPak Soft Padded Leather Pony/Mini Halter A buttery halter perfectly designed for a pony (or mini)? Yes please! Our tester was immediately impressed by how supple this double-stitched halter was right out of the box—no additional oiling needed. The…

On the Road Again

For those who heavily travel with their horses—whether for frequent shows, leisure rides, or just as part of a nomadic lifestyle— moving horses regularly or for long distances can be just as stressful, if not more so, for our equines…

Unity in the Lone Star State

It’s rare to find a place that makes you feel a part of their community after a quick visit, but this month we explore a place that does exactly that. Just west of the largest Texan metropolis of Houston is…

A Glass of Chardon-neigh, Please

Horses and wine go hand-in-hand—try to find a bonafide adult amateur (or trainer) who doesn’t appreciate a glass of wine at the end of the show day. Go ahead and call us enablers because we found the perfect pieces for…

Winter Socks Tested

1. KERRITS HORSE PLAY WOOL SOCKS Our tester loved the new berry color that Kerrits came out with for their Horseplay Wool Socks—the artistically printed knee-high socks are designed like any other riding sock, but are a bit prettier, in…

Collecting Thoughts with Adrienne Lyle

Adrienne’s love of horses started early in life, on her family farm on Whidbey Island, WA. Originally introduced to dressage through three-day eventing, Adrienne decided to focus solely on dressage in her early teens. She eventually went on to seek…

In This Issue

  • Making the switch from Jumpers to Hunters
  • Bullies at the Barn: Advice for When a Problem Arises
  • All About Abscesses

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